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This model takes as a (Y) varaible the Graduation Rate, and the other three variables areAs per the results this model there is a positive relationship between the variables, whieffective to evaluate how each variable affect the result of the oder one. This model canimprove the result of each varaible, due to the fact that they have a linear relationship aIf one of the variable have a positive result, the result of the other one will increases. FSignificance F20.84236089 1.4914282E-008P-valueLower 95%Upper 95%Lower 95.0%Upper 95.0%1.5913E-00845.2766321093 82.6226749245.2766321182.62267492450.279617846-0.0951315809 0.321346044 -0.0951315810.32134604370.908500475-0.6085553684 0.682611751 -0.6085553680.68261175140.000047990.2335172995 0.6110964640.2335172990.6110964644PROBABILITY OUTPUTPercentileY1.0416666667663.125675.2083333333707.2916666667709.3757011.45833333337213.54166666677215.6257217.70833333337319.79166666677421.8757423.95833333337526.04166666677628.1257730.20833333337832.29166666677934.3758036.45833333338038.54166666678140.6258242.70833333338244.79166666678246.87583
48.95833333338351.04166666678453.1258455.20833333338557.29166666678559.3758661.45833333338763.54166666678965.6258967.70833333339069.79166666679071.8759073.95833333339176.04166666679178.1259280.20833333339282.29166666679284.3759286.45833333339288.54166666679390.6259492.70833333339494.79166666679496.8759598.958333333397
e the independent ones. ich means that this model in more n help better to the managers to take actions to and the will increase porportionally.
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